Jennifer Beals is Xinia, a lovely cat burglar who has some "issues" with dad (who shows up in the hospital after a 20-year absence) and mom (Rita Moreno, whose role is nothing more than a cameo).
Musetta Vander, last seen as Queen Sindel in New Line Cinema's "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation," has joined the cast of in "The Wild, Wild West" at Warner Bros.
This mini-budget docu about an eccentric New York City tour guide has, at the very least, the distinction of a truly unique personality at the center of it. The appeal of the film, however, rests…
Sydney Poitier, the young acting progeny of Sidney Poitier, is in final negotiations to join the cast of Clint Eastwood's "True Crime" for Warner Bros.
It doesn't get much bleaker than Minneapolis during midwinter. The indie-produced "Snow" aptly captures that quality of gloom in an engaging tale of aimless youth.
Peter Samuelson's Washington address is Houston, Texas.
Peter Berg's blood-soaked indie black comedy "Very Bad Things" has become the subject of intense industry buzz and high-stakes bidding the likes of which is rarely seen outside the pressurized world…
Betty Lou Oppenheim, mother of actress Jill St. John and founder of People Helping People USA, died April 2 from complications of leukemia at her home near Palm Springs. She was 85.
New Line Cinema has paid $850,000 against $1.6 million for David Levien and Brian Koppelman's pitch "Knockaround Guys," with the pair attached to make their directing debut, the studio confirmed…
Making his first feature appearance since his Oscar-nominated role in "Ulee's Gold," Peter Fonda will star with Brenda Blethyn in the indie feature "Keeping Time."
Natalie Portman is set to co-star with Susan Sarandon in "Anywhere but Here," Fox 2000's adaptation of the Mona Simpson novel to be directed by Wayne Wang.